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Ethics of Human Subjects Research

when were Nazi medical experiments? 1942-1945: 32 known “experiments” examples of Nazi medical experiments experimental surgery (Ravenbrook) osteology (Auschwitz) sterilization research (Auschwitz) typhus experiments (Buchenwald) poison experiments (Buchenwald) freezing experiments (Dachau) use of human subjects prior to nuremberg use of prisoners for research is a universally accepted practice -malaria studies at Stateville Penitentiary what was …

Gov 21

Which is the most accurate descrition minority groupd historically have been treated in the us? W reluctance to accept their equality In regard to the issue of equality, the constitution states that No person can b denied equal protection of the laws A person can become a citizen of the us by all the following …

American History Chapter 10 Assessment

What was the Wilmot Proviso? 1846 bill that would have banned slavery in the territory won from Mexico in the Mexican American War What was the Free Soil Party? antislavery political party of the mid 1800s What was popular sovereignty? the voters in a territory get to decide wether or not to allow slavery instead …

AP World History Ch.2

Jews Isrealites who were sent into exile by the Assyrians. They were later able to return to Judea during the reign of Darius Indo-Europeans People originating from Russia. They created many languages and societies as they migrated across Eurasia. Indo-Europeans People who developed the chariot and spread the use of horses. Developers of iron metallurgy. …

Astro Midterm 1

Which of the following observational techniques is most appropriate for measuring Doppler shifts? Spectroscopy (taking a spectrum) One of the absorption lines of hydrogen has a rest wavelength of 656 nm (at rest means with respect to the observer, like in a lab). You observe several stars and measure the wavelength of this same hydrogen …

World History Chapter 13 Section 4

sect religious group that had broken away from an established church Henry VIII the break with the Catholic Church was the work not of religious leaders but of this king; decided to take it over and Parliament passed the Act of Supremacy Mary Tudor King Henry VII and Catherine of Aragon’s only one surviving child …

U.S History

8 Alexander Hamilton’s proposal to create a national bank and Thomas Jefferson’s proposal to purchase the Louisiana Territory were criticized because both actions would (1) place too much power in the hands of Congress (2) violate protections in the Bill of Rights (3) increase foreign influence in the United States (4) require a loose interpretation …

U.S. History Key Terms

Nathanial Bacon a member of Governor Sir William Berkeley’s council and also a planter whose foreman had been killed in a raid. Demanded governor commission him to lead a volunteer army against the Indians. Was declared an outlaw and his rebellion was suppressed, but not before the colony had been thrown into turmoil. Bacon’s Rebellion …

chap 12, chap 9, chap 11: caffeine, chap 10

many of the capsules, pills, and powders that look like drugs and that consumers think of as drugs are actually classified by the FDA as food products if you buy a bottle of St. John’s wort 300 mg tablets, each tablet will contain 300 mg of total tablet weight, with an unknown amount of plant …

World History Chapter 17 Section 3 and Section 4

Reformation Martin Luther leads this protest over the abuse of the Catholic church and it led to the founding of Protestant churches. A movement for religious reform. It led to the founding of Christian churches that did not accept the pope’s authority. Why was the Reformation important Nearly 1/5 of the Christians in todays world …

Glencoe World History Chapter 19

capital money available for investment Entrepreneur person interested in finding new business opprotunities and new ways to make profits Cottage Industry method of production in which tasks are done by individuals in their rural homes Puddling process in which coke derived from coal is used to burn away impurities in crude iron to produce high …

Kinesiology Chapter 1-3

Which of the following phrases best describes the authors’ view of the status of health education? Health education is an emerging profession. The body of knowledge, principles, and concepts used in health education/promotion come from a variety of disciplines. Which one of the following is not one the major disciplines supporting health education/promotion? Physics Which …

US History II Clep

Where did Tammany Hall (political machine) get most of its support? poor immigrants and ethnic communities in the inner cities. they promised them help in return for votes. European Musical Influence+African=a 1890s New Orleans originated musical genre… Jazz Tet Offensive failed attacks by the Vietcong guerillas and North Vietnamese, but it simultaneously ended US hopes …

Biology Content Practice Test

A small non-protein substance such as iron that works with enzymes to promote catalysis is known as C -B B: Inorganic cofactors are substances that promote enzyme catalysis. These molecules may bind to the active site or to the substance itself. The most common inorganic cofactors are metallic elements such as iron, copper and zinc. …

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World History Chapter 6 Study Guide!!

Classical Languages Latin was the official language of the Roman catholic church into the 20th century. the Greek language evolved from the Myceneans. Republic a form of gov. in which power is in the hands of representatives and leaders are elected by citizens who have the right to vote. Jewish Diaspora centuries of Jewish exile …

World History 2 Final Exam Review

Versailles Treaty The compromise after WW1, settled land and freedom disputes. Germany had to take full blame for the war in order for the treaty to pass, among other things. The US Senate rejected it. Bauhaus German interdisciplinary school of fine and applied arts that brought together many leading modern architects, designers, and theatrical innovators …

Art History 1 Final - UCSB Paul

Sacrifice of Isaac by Filippo Brunelleschi A competition panel for the east doors of the Baptistery of San Giovanni in Florence, Italy. 1401-1402 Sacrifice of Isaac by Lorenzo Ghiberti A competition panel for the east doors of the Baptistery of San Giovanni in Florence, Italy. 1401-1402 Jacob and Esau by Lorenzo Ghiberti (also known as …

Chapter 1: Introduction and History of Psychology

Psychology The scientific study of behavior and mental processes Exm: We usue psychology everyday, analyzing others. Empirical Approach A study conducted via careful observations and scientifically based research Exm: Pseudopsychology Erroneous assertions or practices set forth as being scientific psychology Exm: Astrology, fortune telling, horoscopes, graphology, etc. Confirmation Bias The tendency to attend to evidence …

Realism and Regionalism

1. Charles Chestnut 2. Mark Twain 3. Emily Dickenson 4. Ambrose Broise 5. A B C 6 Dialect 7 posture 8 Broken down 9 mental capability 10 liveliness 11 thoughtful 12 -ly Adverb 13 -ous adjectives 14 muted 15 Public Library’s 16 boys’ 17 yours 18 women’s 19 It’s 20 Everyone’s In three to five …

World History - chapter 10 Section 2

Abu Bakr first caliph of the Muslim empire (632-634). Ascending to power after the death of his son-in-law Muhammad. He made Islam a political and military force throughout Arabia. Caliph successor to Muhammad. A political and religious leader of the Muslims Sunni a member of one of the largest Muslim sects who believe that inspiration …

US History Chapter 16 Section 1

nationalism A strong feeling of pride in and devotion to one’s country. Joseph Stalin Russian leader who succeeded Lenin as head of the Communist Party and created a totalitarian state by purging all opposition collectives large farms leased from the state to groups of peasant farmers Benito Mussolini fascist dictator of Italy during WWII Fascism …

AP U.S. History (5 steps to a 5)

affirmative action policies beginning in 1970’s to make up for past discrimination and give minorities and women advantages in applying for jobs and getting into universities affluent society term used by economist John Kenneth Galbraith to describe the American economy in the 1950s, during which time many Americans became enraptured with appliances and homes in …

Making History With Vitamin C

Why did 90% of Magellan’s crew die off? They died of scurvy What is scurvy? A disease caused by a deficiency of ascorbic acid molecule and dietary vitamin-C. What are the symptoms of scurvy? swelling of arms and legs, softening of gums, excessive bruising, hemorrhaging from nose and mouth, foul breath, diarrhea, muscle pain, loss …

American History Vocabulary Words

Treaty of Versailles in 1919, a treaty ending World War I that required Germany to pay huge war reparations and established the League of Nations. Big Four name given to the leaders of the Allied Powers who dominated the Paris Peace Conference in 1919. Fourteen Points President Woodrow Wilson organizing post-World War I Europe and …

World History Chapter 4

epic poem a long poem that tells the deeds of a great hero arete an honorable excellence won in a struggle or contest polis the Greek term for “city-state” which was the central focus of Greek life acropolis the fortified area on the top of the hill in a Greek city-state agora an open area …

AP Art History Unit 5

26. Athenian agora. Archaic through Hellenistic Greek. 600 B.C.E.-150 C.E. Plan. -primarily made of stone -large part of Athens -content: stoas (place for public discourse discussions, discussion of business, and shared walkways), public offices, shops, temples, library, concert hall -function: center for the city, citizens gather for market, performances, sports, and other events -showed educational …

World history people Review list

Abraham founder of judaism Moses led Jews out of Egypt in the exodus Gautama founder of buddhism Jesus of Nazareth founder of christainity- according to christians he’s the messiah Allah Islamic name for god Muhammad founder of islam Michelandgelo Renaissance artist- painted Sistien chapel and sculpted la Pieta and David Erasmus most famous christian humanist …

AP World History Terms Chapter 8,9,11,12

Genghis Khan The title of Temujin when he ruled the Mongols. It means the “oceanic” or “universal” leader Mongols people living as nomads in northern Eurasia. After 1206 they established an enormous empire under Genghis Khan, linking western and eastern Eurasia. Nomadism A way of life, forced by a scarcity of resources, in which groups …

K12 - History - Unit 1 Quizzes Review

When did Homo sapiens first appear? 200,000 B.C. Which method for determining the age of artifacts measures the rate of decay in atoms in volcanic rock? potassium-argon dating What caused prehistoric people to drastically change the way they lived? climate change What did improved farming techniques lead to? division of labor Which best defines history? …

Chapter 13 World History Test

What was the language of the church? Latin What did medieval scholars focus more on? Religious beliefs and spirituality What was Renaissance ideal? A person with talents in many fields What was an intellectual movement that occurred during the heart of the Italian Renaissance? humanism What did humanists study? The classical culture of Greece and …

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